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    Asalam o Alaikum everyone...

    I acquired a Honda City IDSI 2007 about a month back. The Car's in beautiful condition but the tyres need to be replaced. Currently its running on General Tyres XP2000 and of dimensions 165/80 R13

    Somebody was recommending me 185/70 R13 in Dunlop or second hand Japanese tires. My car is a family car and my requirement is to maintain the awsome fuel average that I get from my car and the softness of steering.

    Need expert opinions from you folks. Thanks in advance.


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    dont buy any used or qabli tires . go for new one, i recently got new dunlop tires in my 2005 model city car.. check photos!

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    How are these tyres serving you so far? and how much did they set you back by? Any difference in mileage and steering?

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    i think its indonasian dunlop variant and cost was around 16K.. japanis dunlop variant would be expensive and more better quality wise.. this dunlop is good for irregular and rough roads otherwise you will have choice of yokohama which is very smooth tyre but i think yokohama suits with very smooth roads.. i am getting 13-14 km/l milage in city and i traveled around 1500km with these tyres so far i am one of its satisfied customers .. at long it i got around 17-18km/l... since they are the nearest to stock recommended size i often found that car front mud flaps touch the ground on very irregular speed breaks as well.

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    bro meny tyres pe kafi research ki hai ap yokohama ecos dalwa lo orr sirf yokohama ke authorized dealer se hi purchase kro with warranty card & smuggled tyres bilkul bhi na lain sb log unko idhar hi repack kar ke bechty hain, & 185/70 R13 is best size for your city.

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    The size recommended by many I know for City has been 185/70 R13.... any rationals? and do they perform better, equally good or close to the recommended size? In terms of mileage and steering control?

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    Go for Bridgestone ecopia , i have them on my 05 model city (185/70/13) and they are far better then previous Dunlop Lemans 703. Road noise has reduced significantly and also these have better road grip .
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    185/70/13...won't it touch body on sharp cuts?

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    185/70/13 Is the best size for ur city. I got the same in my city. And go for yokohama

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    I will repeat the question... like 185/70/R13's are a better choice? What advantage do they add in?

    Any difference in mileage and steering? How much should Japanese Dunlop, Bridgestone and yokohama cost?

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